The New York Daily News Has a Dress Code Problem


By Chris O'Shea Comment

It’s summer, so we get dealing with the heat by trying to wear as few clothes as possible. So does someone (or maybe even a few people) at the New York Daily News.

According to The New York Post, the paper’s vice president of human resources, Jeff Zomper, had to send out a memo reminding staffers that while it might be hot, humid and stinky in the city, “Summer beach attire, including short pants, flip-flops and tank tops, were not appropriate attire for work.”

Let the record show that capris are alive and well at the Daily News.